I attended West Sub when it was in a combined program with Concordia University. I was the second to last class to graduate while the two schools were together. I graduated in December 2003.
When the two schools were together, the program was fantastic. The class size was small and the professors were great--very tough but unbelievably helpful. I recently viewed their website and only two of the profs are still there from when I attended. Several of the profs went to Rush, UIC and Loyola. A couple went to Elmhurt and St. Xavier. (The profs who went to Rush and UIC were by far the best ones at West Sub, and it doesn't surprise me that they left when the change occurred).
When I was there, the previous classes before me had a 100% NCLEX pass rate and my class also had a 100% pass rate. None of us had problems finding jobs after graduation, and we all felt very comfortable going out into the "real world".
HOWEVER....since West Sub went out on their own, I have heard soooo many negative comments! There was a post a long time ago on the IL forum about West Sub (do a search for it). Many students have complained that it is expensive and the school is very unorganized. I've also heard the profs just don't care. I've also heard the NCLEX pass rates have gone way down!
Based on the comments I have heard, I would steer clear. Given how expensive it is now, I would recommend going to Rush, Loyola or UIC. UIC is cheaper....but Rush and Loyola both have excellent reputations.
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